Best Long-Reads of the Week, 6/18/22
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Kim Zetter walks through a detailed analysis of what General Paul Nakasone, commander of U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency, could have meant when he said the U.S. had engaged in offensive cyber operations against Russia in support of Ukraine, a statement that caused Russia to talk tough about retaliation. Zetter says it’s not clear if Nakasone meant offensive operations, reconnaissance, or assisting Ukraine with its cyber operations, or even what Russia might do in response.
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